Open house set for Mayer
Retirement Open House for Char Mayer will honor her 36+ years of service to maurices in Marshalltown. The open house will be from 2 to 4 p.m. June 28 at the Village CoOp of Marshalltown.
United Bank & Trust announces promotions
Jon Pierce has been promoted to Vice President. His banking career began in 1992 with his expertise in consumer and commercial lending. Pierce joined United Bank & Trust in 2003 as a lender and continues to assist customers with consumer, mortgage and commercial lending needs. In addition to his banking career, Pierce is currently the Treasurer of Oktemberfest, a Chamber Ambassador and has volunteered with the Chamber's Total Resource Campaign and the YMCA-YWCA Partner with Youth Campaign.
Cindy Smiley has been promoted to Vice President. She has 32 years of mortgage lending experience and joined United Bank & Trust in 2008 as a mortgage loan officer. Smiley manages the bank's mortgage department and offers affordable mortgage products including conventional, FHA and VA loans to serve the needs of the community. Smiley is a longtime community volunteer, currently serving as the co-president of the Marshall County Child Care board and Treasurer of the Marshalltown Youth Foundation board. She is also a member of Chapter MJ, PEO.
HCSB holds annual meeting, promotions announced
The annual meeting of the Hardin County Savings Bank took place recently at its principal office location in Eldora. Reelected as bank directors were Jim Brown, Martin Brown, Drew Lewis, Donna Lawler, Carl Stevens, Cornelia Throssel, Maurice Hyde, Larry Wolf, David Vander Wilt and Steve Gehrke.
Jim Brown, President and CEO announced the promotion of Andy Ewoldt to vice president. Ewoldt primarily does ag and commercial lending and also is a mortgage and consumer lender. Ewoldt has been with the Hardin County Savings Bank for six years. He has a degree from Central College in Pella, in business management and finance.
Jim Brown also introduced Colleen Eagan to the board. Eagan is new to the Hardin County Savings Bank this spring as an assistant vice president and assistant cashier. She comes with 23 years of banking experience in the data processing and customer service area.
The Hardin County Savings Bank continues to be a locally owned community bank serving Hardin, Marshall and Grundy Counties. The capital of the bank remains strong, totaling $14,915,206 which meets the regulatory requirements of "well capitalized." A new record was set with total assets more than $186,500,000.
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